I need a PCMCIA card solution that is 802.11g AND Bluetooth compliant
(WLAN and PAN mobility). If you know the existence of such a product,
please specify the brand and model number.
IBM TP 560 + bluetooth PC Card will it work? Hi,
so i know that USB will not work on TP 560 (early) and now i want to upgrade
IBM Bluetooth PC Card - i found only that the card is type 2,
and in TP560 is support for type2 pcmcia
but what about this 32bit cardbus?
will this bluetooth card work?
thanks for help in advance :)
"d0min0" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
> so i know that USB will not work on TP 560 (early) and now i want to
> it with
> IBM Bluetooth PC Card - i found only that the card is type 2,
> and in TP560 is support f...
Power usage, PCMCIA cards for Wi-Fi (802.11b/g) #2 According to an electronics sales person, Windows allows for the disabling
of Wi-Fi cards, which ensures that it draws no power. I suspect that as
long as the card is inserted, there will always be some power, and the most
sure way of eliminating power drainage is remove the card.
Is the power difference between disabling and removing a card neglegible?
What about the ease with which disabling can be done from Windows 2000?
Is it a pain, or is there a system tray item to do this?
Is there a difference in power consumption between cards for 802.11b and
802.11g? Or is the difference overshad...
FS: 2 Sprint/Growell PC-Card/CF PCS Wireless Cards Our company currently has the following items surplus
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These are Compact Flash cards with a PC-Card
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wi-fi Setup I'd like some help setting up my Powerbook, "tibook G4", 10.3.8 at
400mhz to surf the internet wirelessly. We travel in a RV, and some
campgrounds have "Wi-Fi" available for our use. Presently we use the
modem system, which is real slow. It would be GREAT to be able to go
I have no idea of what to do, nor is there help at the campgrounds for
Mac Users, so any help will be appreciated, or sites where a Mac user
can surf to find the help required.
Thanks in Advance,
Duane in Hillman
> I'd like some help setting up my Powerbook, "ti...
Hpil card for PC Good morning ,
Where i can get an HPil Card for PC?
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M-A Chauvineau wrote:
> Where i can get an HPil Card for PC?
> Please help if you know!
You can buy one from Christoph Klug. You can read an article about his
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M-A Chauvineau wrote:
> Where i can get a...
Wi-Fi Thermostat Anybody seen any good Wi-Fi (802.11b/g) thermostat replacements for US
heat pump or conventional AC/heat systems? I want one with built-in web
server so can hit from 802.11b/g PC from home to setup.
I don't know how "good" it is but...
"Joe" <email@example.com> wrote:
>Anybody seen any good Wi-Fi (802.11b/g) thermostat replacements for US
>heat pump or conventional AC/heat systems? I want one with built-in web
>server so can hit from 802.11b/g PC from home to setup.
More than one video cards in the same PC I have a ATI 9500 Pro, good for two screens, in my system (Pentium 4 sytem
1Gb memory). Can I install another video card I already have, the ATI
Radeon 7000 (PCI) in this PC, or will there be conflicts?
Video Card and new PC I posted a message about a computer I was building as a Christmas/Birthday
present back in Nov in the motherboard area, IIRC. The system I ultimately
got (and most purchase decisions were driven by price and rebates) was a
K7S5A with Athlon XP 2000+, 256 MB SDRAM, Kaser AGP 2x, Best Data v.92
modem, Inland Firewire, Pacific Digital 48x12x48 CD-RW, Maxtor 80GB (7200
rpm, 8MB cache), Soyo BayOne AVI 6 in 1, Sony Floppy Drive, Windows XP and
I didn't get around to building the computer until a couple of weeks ago and
it took several days. Had to go out to Fry's to get a groun...
Troubleshooting wi-fi connection Hi,
I have laptop with Windows 98. I'm trying to get it wi-fi enabled with
a generic PCMCIA IEE802.11b 11Mbps Wireless CardBus PC Card. The card
installs fine, the Link Quality is shown at 100%, the Signal Strength
is shown at 100%, the link light on the card is green and the act light
is flashing red, but I can't get connected.
I've checked that all the protocols are in place and the laptop
connects fine with a standard PCMCIA network card. There aren't any
Unfortunately there is no manufacturers name on the card so I can't
check drivers etc.
PC-Card or USB SAS? Hi all,
does anybody know any PC-Card SAS adapters? I know there are SATA
cards, but couldn't find any with SAS.
Or how about USB-SAS adapters? I need SAS on a laptop.
"RPR" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
> Hi all,
> does anybody know any PC-Card SAS adapters? I know there are SATA
> cards, but couldn't find any with SAS.
> Or how about USB-SAS adapters? I need SAS on a laptop.
> Thanks much,
Personally I wouldn't go with ...
Interface Wi-Fi with FPGA Hi,
I've made a lot of research recently on the best way to integrate a
wi-fi connection to my FPGA system. I've identified a few
1) Wi-Fi single-chip solution (e.g.: www.csr.com; www.broadcom.com)
2) Wi-Fi embedded module (e.g.: www.sychip.com)
3) Wi-Fi SDIO or CF card (e.g.: www.sychip.com; www.sandisk.com
Manufacturers for two first options have been reluctant to share
datasheets as well as information on how to acquire chips/evaluation
boards. Therefore the third option is my best bet so far since I can
buy a Wi-Fi card anywhere. However, I still n...
Sun 400MHz PC cards I have a number of these going spare, not after much for them. Drop me a
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John Burns wrote:
> I have a number of these going spare, not after much for them. Drop me a
> line if interested :-) Based in the...
PC card bus adapter I have tried 2 different PC card bus adapters in order to add both
Firewire and USB 2.0 ports to my G4. One was made by IOGear and the
other by Orange. Neither worked completely. They were both recognized as
being present by the PWB G4, but the ports themselves never became
active or useful, e.g. were not recognized.
The PWB G4 is running 10.4.2 and has 60+ GB of HDD space and 1 GB of
RAM. I have a memory card adaptor which works wonderfully in the same
slot so I don't think there is a hardware problem.
Has anyone else had a similar experience, positive or negative? Are
there any ...
Opinions I haven't seen many inquiries on this topic lately and there have been a
lot of new products on the market so I'll throw this out again.
Feedback on Wireless PC Cards, 802.11b or 802.11b/g for internet
connection on the road.
Best reception, distance, installation and so on.
> Feedback on Wireless PC Cards, 802.11b or 802.11b/g for internet
> connection on the road.
Some time ago, I bought a Belkin 802.11b card for my TP770, along with a
Belkin 802.11b router. Installation was no problem but the range was
pretty awful; maybe 20ft with clear sightl...
Adding and removing a pc card Hi there,
I recently bought a pc card for my laptop to provide USB 2.0
support (it is a D-Link USB 2.0 2-Port Cardbus Adapter ).
The card works fine but I am not sure what is the best way
to plug it in or remove it.
For examaple, if I plug it in and then boot, the card works fine.
But if I remove it without first turning off the computer,
linux stucks and I need to reboot my box.
Any suggestions? I use Mandrake 9.0.
On Thu, 22 Jul 2004 11:00:25 -0400, Peter Browry staggered into the
Black Sun and said:
> I recently bought a [PCMCIA] card for my laptop to provide USB...
PC Sound card recommendation I'm looking for a PCI soundcard for Windows 2000 with the following features:
dual line level analog input (1/8" stereo jack preferred)
microphone level analog input (1/8" jack preferred)
dual line level output (1/8" stereo jack preferred)
digital input (S/PDIF optical or coaxial)
price <$150 US
This is for work, so I don't care about gaming, surround-sound, etc. features.
I really just want clean analog audio quality and a digital input. 96K/24-bit
support would be nice, but not necessary. The main use is as a capture
front-end for DSP experiments, capturing the ...
Extension cable for Wi-Fi antennas ? I have a 871W router. The 2 antennas are in the back of the unit.
I would like to put the unit in a rack. Would making cables (about 1 or
2metres (3 to 6 feet) to relocate the antennas to the top of the rack
work or would that significantly reduce the power/sensitivity of antennas ?
What type of coax cable would be needed ?
JF Mezei <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
>I have a 871W router. The 2 antennas are in the back of the unit.
>I would like to put the unit in a rack. Would making cables (about 1 or
>2metres (3 to 6 feet) to relocate the antennas to the top of the ...
Two Video Cards In One PC Hi,
I am trying to watch some of my favorite AVIs but
my computer is too slow (P200MMX) to render
the audio and video in sync correctly. It's fine at
the original video size, say, 320 x 240, but I'd like
to view them at full screen if possible.
My system has 64Mb of ram and a 2Gb hard drive,
I have one 4Mb ATI Rage 3D Pro PCI and one
Matrox Millennium 4Mb PCI video card, and I
was considering plugging them both in to the PC
to see if that would free up some video ram for
the Windows Media Player to play my AVIs
in full-screen mode properly.
I know Win98 supports m...
Microsoft 802.11g PC card
Does anyone know what chipset the MN-720 card uses?
Broadcom (or so I've been told)
"Rob Hines" <email@example.com> wrote in message
> Does anyone know what chipset the MN-720 card uses?
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